H.R. Prescott & Sons, Inc. v MPF Corp., Michael P. Federico, Individually and North American Specialty Insurance Company
Worcester Superior Court
Successfully prosecuted supplier’s M.G.L. c. 149 § 29 bond claim and proved that general contractor’s refusal to pay supplier due to alleged defects and cost of remedial work was unfounded. Demonstrated problems were the result of improper installation and not product defects. The case was settled right before trial, in favor of the supplier, for the amount of its claim as well as interest and reasonable attorney’s fees.